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New Mitsubishi Mirage priced from £10,550

Mitsubishi has announced prices for the new Mirage, which will be arriving in dealerships in early February.

The new model has updated styling, a more upmarket interior and improved infotainment.

At the front, the new Mirage takes on Mitsubishi’s Dynamic Shield brand identity, complemented by new LED headlights, a new grille and new bumpers.

Similar treatment at the rear gives a wider look, with a squared off bumper and new LED tail lights.

Inside, new door trims and switch panels enhance the feeling of quality while revised instruments and new upholstery complete the overhaul.

The Mitsubishi Smartphone Display Audio (SDA) system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen offers full smartphone connectivity, including Bluetooth, as well as both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus built-in satellite navigation.

Only one engine is available. It’s the same 1.2-litre 80PS unit from the old Mirage.

Buyers can choose a five-speed manual or CVT.

Entry-level Verve models are equipped with remote central locking, electric windows and mirrors, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, a rear spoiler, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and Bluetooth.

The Design version adds 15-inch black and silver alloy wheels, keyless entry and start, SDA audio system, faux leather and fabric seats, height adjustable passenger’s seat, rear privacy glass, electric folding door mirrors and a leather-trimmed gear lever.

The First Edition includes Forward Collision Mitigation system (FCM), LED headlights, rear parking sensors, cruise control, heated front seats, climate control and front fog lights.

Pricing starts at £10,550 OTR for the Verve, while the Design starts at £12,495 OTR for the manual version and £13,315 OTR for the automatic. The First Edition models is priced from £14,035 OTR for the manual and £14,855 OTR for the automatic.

Two Mitsubishi Service Plans are also available for the new Mirage, covering the first three or five years of use, priced from £425 including parts and labour.

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